Manchester United ‘already making plans to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’ as Head Coach

The future of the Norwegian remains the subject of much speculation with the Red Devils losing three of their last four Premier League games, including two home losses to Liverpool and Manchester City.

Solskjaer has so far retained his job in the international hiatus and is expected to lead the team to Saturday’s Premier League match against Watford at Vicarage Road.

However, Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers and former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane continue to be tied strongly to the role at Old Trafford.
According to Manchester Evening News, Solskjaer has the potential to hold on to the end of the season, but the Red Devils plan to replace the triple striker

The report says Rodgers is seen as the preferred candidate, and the 48-year-old prefers to wait until the end of the campaign before arriving in Manchester.
The Northern Irishman won two trophies during his time in charge of the Foxes, winning the FA Cup last season before securing the Community Shield earlier this season.